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Jul 15, 2012 1:30pm EDT
publiero are going bithmp,oundubsh in brooklyn. dennis johnson, he is the co-founder and, publisher. a publishing house is also located in brooklyn. --t bokn, iennt lina other, to. >> independent publishers and replan? is there any angle to that? >> it is a great place for independent publishers. quite a few very good ones in brooy itupivmmit s each other regularly. we do events together. it is a good place. also a lot of writers and replan. >> as a kind of deveped to fir ea.vtea? our of it is the publishing has a natural home in new york city. frankly, most independent puishers and most writers can't support -- afford to live in manhattan and many more. gontly bou hall, sponsors the brooklyn book festival of which i am one of the organizers which happens every september. this would be our seventh year coming up. i think that has actually been a th bok lerylnizing eventor ha mes he actually put that thing together every year. it has become, thinkone of the greatest literary events in america every year. the other fact that it contrite gatly heardn midtown manhattan, most of the peop
Jul 3, 2012 10:00pm EDT
for the state assembly in 1968 in a primary in brooklyn, where i lived at the time. so i moved with my wife and three children. and i moved to new york at that time. i was his campaign manager in 1970. elizabeth had worked in lipton for a short time when i came in. she was there for a short time. so that's how i met her. she had left lochtel-lipton and went to the government to work for lindsay. and then she went to politics. she left government to go into politics. and she was attacked legally, claiming she didn't really live in brooklyn. and she asked me to represent her in that case. and we prevailed. her parents testified. but we won the case in 1970. so she was solidified in politics. and i tried at the the brooklyn courts. i was the trial lawyer in that case. and then two years later she decided to run for congress. she ran for congress against a long-term congressman named emanuel seller, who was in congress for many years. he was the chairman of the house judiciary committee. nobody thought she had a chance. but she ran, and she won by 600 votes against seller in the primary. then t
Jul 27, 2012 6:30pm PDT
. esta iglesia en brooklyn new york. recibiÓ el impacto de un rayo. matando a un fiscal del distrito de 61 aÑos. que regresaba a su casa. yo dije esto es aquÍ. oifr que vive cerca de su casa y pierde su vida asÍ. es increÍble la tormenta afectÓ del estado de texas, connecticut, nueva giro sei y new york. 8 estados en total parecieron vientos de 70 millas por hora. llevaron los residentes a ayudar a las autoridades en la limpieza de las Áreas afectadas. ayer rÁpido pero fuerte. y en el aÑo pasado. yo he visto. una tormenta con toro mates. >>> la iglesia de brooklyn fue cerrada definitivamente. para los daÑos estructurales en un lugar considero histÓrico en la ciudad indz debts que dejÓ preocupados a los trabajadores de construcciÓn trabaja y ya. no toma precauciÓn. una tormenta con mil rayos. produjo serios problemas para new york. y en en sullivan ya cayÓ granizo del tamaÑo de pelotas de golf. debido a los daÑos estructurales. en 3 estados afectados alrededor de 200 mil personas continÚan sin servicio elÉctrico. y las tormentas que se anuncian para las prÓxima horas,
Jul 3, 2012 4:00am PDT
up, this is "early today." in sports the nba's brooklyn nets have made a big off-season acquisition. here's nbc's mario solis with an early look at all of your sports headlines. >>> good morning. it was the first big move of the nba off-season. and, no, it wasn't dwight howard or deron williams, but it did involve the brooklyn nets. according to reports, they traded five players in a first round picks to the hawks for joe johnson. the all-star guard averaging 19 points last season, the nets are hoping the acquisition of johnson will convince deron williams to re-sign with brooklyn. >>> track and field, allyson felix and jeneba tarmoh tied for third in the women's 100-meter final last week. they were supposed to have a runoff yesterday to determine who would have the last spot and race the 100 in the olympics, but tarmoh backed out, conceding the race to felix. but all is not lost for tarmoh. she will be an alternate for the olympics. >>> baseball now, yankees and rays tied at 3-3 in the seventh. mark teixeira is a four-time gold glover, but you wouldn't know it on this play. elliot
Jul 4, 2012 4:00am PDT
-star point guard deron williams who agreed to re-sign with brooklyn yesterday. here's nbc's mario solis with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. the fourth of july celebration came a day early in brooklyn. deron williams made his decision and he's sticking with the nets. a day after pulling off a monster deal with joe johnson, brooklyn re-signed deron williams to a five-year, $98 million deal, and according to sources, they're still not done. they could still pull off a trade for dwight howard. >>> to hockey, after playing his entire nhl career on the east coast, jaromir jagr is heading to the wild west. he signed a one-year $4.5 million deal with the dallas stars. the eighth leading scorer in nhl history had 54 points with the flyers last season. >>> to baseball now, the sausage race wasn't the only thing that went down to the wire in milwaukee. the marlins and brewers, needing extra innings, top of the tenth, jose reyes with a rare home run, just his third of the season, puts miami up 12-11. the lead is short-lived. bottom of the inning. one on for aramis ram
Jul 3, 2012 2:00am PDT
. >>> welcome back to "first look." i'm veronica de la cruz. in sports the nba's brooklyn nets made a big offseason acquisition. here's mario solis. >>> good morning. it was the first big move of the nba offseason and, no, it wasn't dwight howard or darrin williams but it involved the brooklyn nets. according to reports they trade five players in a first-round pick to the hawks for joe johnson, the all-star guard averaging 19 points last season, the nets are hoping the acquisition of johnson convince darrin williams to resign with brooklyn. track and field alex and tarmoh tied for third in the 100 meter final last week. they were supposed to have a runoff yesterday to determine who would win the last spot. but tarmoh backed out conceding the race to felix. all is not lost for tar month, she will be an alternate. baseball now, yankees and rays tied it 3-3. eliot johnson squeak one back to teixeira. and he was catching touchdowns for the fighting irish last night he was mowing down the atlantic braves. bases loaded in the seventh. the cubbies won four in a row. they win this one 4-1. he had
Jul 4, 2012 4:30am EDT
for all-star point guard deron williams who agreed to re-sign with brooklyn. here's nbc's mario solis with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. the fourth of july celebration came a day early in brooklyn. deron williams made his decision he's sticking with the nets. brooklyn re-signed him to a five-year, $8 million deal. and according to sources, they're still not done. >>> to hockey, jagr is heading to the northwest. he signed a deal with the dallas stars. the eighth leading scorer in nhl history had a 56-points with the season. >>> the sausage race wasn't the only thing that went down to the wire with milwaukee. jose with his third home run. it puts miami up 12-11. the lead is short-lived. the bottom of the inning. one on for ramireramirez. brewers win a barn burner 13-12 in ten. more late-winning heroics, this time in pittsburgh. after the astros tied it in the ninth the pirates drew sudden win in the bottom of the inning. first homer of the year, pirates walk off with a 9-8 win. >>> casper wells spoiled everything with a bomb to left. all was not lost. ori
Jul 31, 2012 12:30pm PDT
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Jul 11, 2012 6:00pm EDT
the trade. both sides say it is over. and no deal for dwight howard going to brooklyn. it is hard to say brooklyn the nets. >> more breaking news regarding the campaign scandal. d.c. council member bowser says she also wants gray to step down. they're all talking about a resignation of the mayor. latest coming up at 11:00. >> a quiet night for the metro area. check out the next seven-days. partly cloudy and a chance of upper 80's tomorrow. hot and humid weather friday, saturday, sunday and monday with more storms. more tonight at 11:00. what a president believes matters. mitt romney's companies were pioneers in outsourcing us jobs to low-wage countries. he supports tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. president obama believes in insourcing. he fought to save the us auto industry and favors tax cuts for companies that bring jobs home. outsourcing versus insourcing. it matters. i'm barack obama, and i approved this message.
Jul 5, 2012 4:30am EDT
in brooklyn, new york. ever since then, competitive eaters squared after in nathan's hot dog eating contest. >> every year i do this when the video comes out. when it was all said and done, there was a new world record set. >> are you ready, brooklyn! >> reporter: two of the sport's biggest stars were crowned champions of faith an's hot dog eating contest. monday the men's side, joey chestnut showed why his nickname was jaws. he blew away the competition inhaling 68 hot dogs, about 8 pounds worth in just ten minutes. it's chestnut's sixth consecutive nathans title tying him for the most wins ever. on the women's side, 102 pound sonia thomas won for the second time in a row. known as the black widow, she wriggled while devouring 85 hot dogs, breaking her own record. this may be america's most famous competitive eating contest. it is about a lot more than the number of hot dogs ingested. it's also about the money. the winners walk away with $10,000. that kind of cash attracts all kinds of characters and a big crowd. many spectators are glad they are not in it. do you want to be in this contes
Jul 1, 2012 4:30pm PDT
from my home town brooklyn moved closer to the sunshine and their granddaughter faith. today they're cooking up one of their favorite dishes with an unusual ingredient which makes it a great tasting great for you meal, and a snap to make. they also have a secret recipe that kept their marriage going strong. this is the kitchen. lovely kitchen. nice to have you here. exciting. i'm very excited, the whole thing of cooking and having a great time and the stories i've been hearing of you cooking together. we've been cooking together 10 years. i've been cooking my whole life, but ten years together. and we've been married 47 so 37 years. is it something you said you know what this would be kind of fun for us to do, and for the rest of our lives. did you cook as well? no she does most of the cooking i'm the sous-chef. the sous-chef. i prepare for her and i clean up. that's it. he cleans up great. that's an important job. we met unusual, if i told you about how we met, it would take a whole other tv show. we met at my fraternity house and fell in love when we saw each other. manny and i
Jul 18, 2012 11:35pm PDT
to broadway, a one-man show, directed by spike lee. >> oh! >> reporter: growing up in brooklyn, what did you think of broadway, where you're going to be? >> i used to come to broadway and 42 pd street, that's where i used to snatch change and stuff. >> reporter: you arrested there? and now you're going to play. >> that's crazy. >> reporter: the show is called "undisputed truth." we asked him about it at gleason's gym in brooklyn. in this show, you lay it all out. the good, the bad and the ugly. >> i like to describe it as me being naked on stage. not, you know, physically naked. >> reporter: he's got a hell of a story to tell. he's some such a long way. the bone crushing heavyweight b champ ever. the long downfall. a rape conviction, in prison. the ear-biting disgrace against evander holyfield. the near bankruptcy. and then, a comeback of sorts. >> mike tyson? >> reporter: on the screen in "the hangover" movie. through it all, tyson has grown relentlessly introspective. how do you feel the public sees you now? >> only thing that matters is how i see myself, really. and i see myself as a work
Jul 17, 2012 5:30pm PDT
, nbc news, brooklyn, new york. >> how about that. >>> up next here tonight, the kisscam moment from last night that involved a well known couple at a basketball game. >>> william raspberry has died. he was a columnist for the "washington post" for 39 years. from 1966 to 2005. his column was also syndicated in 200 papers across this country. he was awarded the pulitzer prize for commentary back in 1994. his views were hard to predict or pin down. his moderate views on subjects like race used to confound some civil rights leaders. his very last column dealt with the crisis of absentee black fathers in america. raspberry was the product of small town mississippi. he taught journalism at duke university for ten years. he financed journalism scholarships out of his own pocket. interestingly, in addition to his wife, children and siblings, he is survived by his mother, who is 106. william raspberry was 76 years old. >>> today marks a big anniversary in the life of a product that changed our lives forever. the air conditioner is 110 years old today. it was invented by willis carrier, still
Jul 26, 2012 12:00pm PDT
to a college professor. >> a massive fire ripping three brooklyn apartment complex, the surprising calls right after the break. >> i am lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. a cool sea breeze carrying more fog on shore this morning to man: we need a good night's sleep. woman: which means a little heat to keep us warm. and a good dose of support for my back. some over-the-top comfort couldn't hurt. and our perfect dream factory's been built. you're feeling sleepy already? nighty-night. >> >> lightning is being blamed for sparking a massive fire in a brooklyn apartment building this morning. hundreds of firefighters were called to the seven story building to battle the six alarm blaze, 24 people were injured and two firefighters are being treated for smoke inhalation. >> investigators in colorado are examining a suspicious package sent by the alleged aurora theater shooter to his former school. that package was discovered monday at the university of colorado denver. he recently dropped out of a neuroscience ph.d. program there. cbs news has learned the package included writings about imag
Jul 12, 2012 2:00am PDT
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Jul 12, 2012 4:30am EDT
allen show off their digs and nets play in brooklyn. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry and here are some of your top headlines this morning. secretary of state hillary clinton became the first official to visit laos. she promised to help them remove 180 cluster bombs remaining from the war. >>> the syrian ambassador to iraq has announced he's defected to the syrian opposition. he is the most senior diplomat yet to abandon the syrian government. >>> a federal judge in mississippi has decided to block that state's troeshls new abortion law. it could have effectively shut down the state's only abortion clinic because its doctors do not have admitting privileges at a local hospital as required in the law. >>> the september 11th terrorist attack is the most memorable moment shared by american television viewers in the last 50 years. according to a new poll, the 911 attack was almost twice as impactful as this second ranked moment, hurricane katrina in 2005. >>> and the streets of new york city filled with people turned out to
Jul 2, 2012 8:00am EDT
it out. what do they know about that kind of experience? >> wyck folk from brooklyn -- white folk from brooklyn maalot about the kind of experience. >> q sang it. we can't find it. tavis: he sang the demo. >> we had a fire. tavis: he is from chicago as you know. >> was it donnie hathaway? >> that was "maude." tavis: "maude," "alice," "in the heat of the night." singing. of searin lyrically. you are writing this stuff all this year -- these years. you decide you want to sing now. >> i did not decide. what happened, we gave -- we did a concert in new york. a fellow from germany came -- one of the record companies came to me and said i would like to talk to. i love the way you sing, i would like to make an album with you. i said, you do not want to do that. he said, what you mean? -- do you mean? my singing, i do not know how commercial that is for you to make some money. he kept asking me for three years and finally said ok. he flew us to berlin and he had an orchestra and he brought in these pieces, some wonderful people from here. a great drama and chris mcbride, a fantastic bass playe
Jul 9, 2012 4:30am EDT
towards south of town around brooklyn park. seeing good downpours and out towards the west mount airy along 70 seeing thunder and lightning at this point. some pretty good downpours going on. we will switch it over to this radar product and see rainfall rates and the cells have been between about an inch to an inch and a half across the area. just be aware of that. we have a flash flood warning in effect for frederick county. that's up until 5:45 this morning. in terms of temperatures, 75 in town right now. dc hanging close to 80 degrees. and we will see our temperatures rise during the course of the afternoon. lunchtime 81 and 87 around the 4:00 hour and we will go back down to around 80 heading towards 8. so your 2 degree guarantee going tore 87 -- going for 87 degrees. the forecast coming up in a bit. miss cook what's cook. >> reporter: mr. masco we are dealing with an accident on eastern avenue at highland avenue. watch out for that. traveling the main lines, no delays to talk about on the south side of 95. it will be nice and clear traveling north up towards the tunnels or southb
Jul 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
chenoweth was rushed to the hospital tonight. she was filming in brooklyn and something fell and hit her. early reports are that the wind blew a piece of lighting equipment and the light hit her and she fell to the ground, hitting her head on the concrete. >>> you hear about people looking for a lost puppy or kitten. but a family in arlington is looking for a baby python. ava rigs had her snake happy with her yesterday while playing with her brother and sister. the snake looks like this one -- another one that the family owns. her mom says that happy slithered off while the kids had a picnic. >> ava took happy out of the bag and wanted him to join in their picnic and put him on the grass and looked away for a minute and forget just for a minute and happy was so fast. >> pythons can grow to be four feet long. the rigs have hung up a poster in their neighborhood hoping that someone will find the missing pet and give them a call. >>> there is a guy in arlington who seems to be on a lucky streak. joseph sylvester won $100,000 in the cash five game for the second time in three months. he won
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Jul 19, 2012 12:00am PDT
burrows. >> we have manhattan, the bronks, brooklyn, queens, staten island? >> yes. that was a trick question. there are seven, manhattan, queens, bronx, brooklyn, staten staten island, philadelphia and pass saw ma squaw de. >> can i ask you a few questions about new york? >> sure. >> are you aware the guy behind you has a similar shirt on? >> no. >> what does moma stand for. >> mothers on methamphetamines. >> correct. >> modern music of art. >> close. the modern museum of awesomeness. i have my own wing. you are more than welcome to see one of my life sized sculptures anytime you want. i will give uh free pass. you can't spell pass without ass. what is williamsburg known for? >> williamburg? i don't know. >> it is located in brooklyn, and it is known for artisnal cocaine. correct. the correct answer is -- what is the name of the island where the statue of liberty is located? don't look at my answer. >> ellis island. >> wrong, fantasy island. it is the home of a dwarf in a white suit who says da plane, da plane. >> where is central park north lore indicated? >> central park where is
Jul 11, 2012 8:00pm PDT
with the now brooklyn nantes. brooklet has got rich in and gets the hang with jasey. serena williams working after capturing the wimbledon crown. she is up against nicole games from stanford. serena williams won in straight sets. >> i definitely felt sluggish and looked sluggish today, it was good just to get the victory over with and move on. my body is so used to this kind of weather. it was really bright. it was so gloomy and london. >>gary: when we come back one of the most extensive verges' sips in history. raw >>gary: this international soccer star is paid $750,000 a year to endorse coke. they caught him drinking pepsi after a game and immediately avoided his contract. it just sounds harsh. i once worked at a place where they fired a guy for not clearing out his computer, too many e-mail's. you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof. some things will. save up to 20% on an ikea kitchen.
Jul 7, 2012 4:30am PDT
is new. it will give you a back story. a few years ago, i had been attacked on the streets of brooklyn. i am deaf in my left ear. >> sitting on the l, i was made a wear, my voice of louder. he didn't know about the hearing loss in one here. i remained silent. i didn't turn around to expose the scar on the back of my head. so that i wouldn't have to explain the origination. instead of business cards, i should explain, it would read as follows. my name is emaniel. i became a prostitute. i found my salvation? writing. i pushlished a book. i was recently attacked on the streets where i lived. >> the surgery left me deaf. i do not have aids. men are not allowed to be a soldier. i am not asking for your money. please get home safe and keep this pen to share your story too. may be some day, i will get to hear your voice. this next poem is from my first poetry. this is for latinos in the house. can i get a woo. >> i want to break tradition about latino macheese mow. >> forget. i want to break tradition. because blood is supposed to be thicker. but you see, my friends and family, because they love
Jul 4, 2012 2:30am EDT
, come from the brooklyn organization. he was an able guy in many ways. i don't want to deprecate seller but it would have been a different impeachment proceeding looking back and most people also think. so that in a funny way, although i ultimately was involved in the impeachment proceedings, what i did two years before, elizabeth holtzman did two years before probably had as great impact on the proceeding as anything we did in 1974. holtzman turned out as a congresswoman to be on the house judiciary committee and she was part of the impeachment proceedings and an important part of the impeachment proceedings. but i think her victory two years before and my sustaining of that victory as a lawyer had probably a greater impact and what whatever she did or i did two years later when we were part of it. >> you're being a bit modest. there's a little courtroom drama in your victory two years before. >> oh. >> it's a great story. >> well, there's a lot of courtroom drama in that one. no, it was -- the brooklyn organization really wanted to win that case and there was a -- and one of the -- th
Jul 4, 2012 2:00am PDT
-sign for brooklyn yesterday. here's nbc's mario solis. >> good morning. the fourth of july celebration came a day early in brooklyn. deron williams made his decision and he's sticking with the nets. a day after pulling off a monster deal for joe johnson, brooklyn re-signed deron williams to a five-year, $98 million deal. and according to sources, they're not done. they could still pull off a trade for dwight howard. >>> after playing his spire nhl career on the east coast, jaromir jagr is heading to the wild west. he signed a one-year, $4.5 million deal with the dallas stars. the a's-leading scorer in nhl history had 54 points with the flyers last season. >>> the sausage race wasn't the only thing that went down to the wire in milwaukee. the marlins and brewers needing extra innings. top of the 10th. jose reyes was with a rare home run, his third of the season, puts miami up 12-11. the lead is short-lived. bottom of the inning, one on for ramirez, he ends it with one big swing, two-1 walkoff homer. bruins win in ten. >>> more late innings in pittsburgh. the astros tied it in the ninth, pirates' d
Jul 5, 2012 5:00am EDT
to the hospital after being found unresponsive in a pool. paramount next responded last night in brooklyn park. the four-year old was taken to hospital and is listed in serious condition. the body of a man who went missing has been found. sky team 11 flew over the search area. the body of harry gillis was found just before 7:00 p.m. off thompson boulevard. >> president obama kicks off a bus tour through keep swing states. are romney's supporters working to keep his message on the mind of voters. hallie jackson joins us with more. >> president obama heads to ohio today and pennsylvania tomorrow. >> happy fourth to you. >> mitt romney greeted voters in new hampshire. he's there on vacation with his family. his supporters will be a campaign trail this week. president obama gets ready to head out. >> this is barack obama's first bus tour of the 2012 campaign. >> obama will defend his policies. the president will push the same message on the road -- >> what our president believes. >> as he is pushing on the airwaves. >> deciding whether or not my economic vision or mitt romney's economic vision is
Jul 5, 2012 6:00am EDT
overnight. this happened in the brooklyn park area and abc2 news' sherrie johnson has new information this morning. >> reporter: i've been in contact with anne arundel county police. we have confirmed that a 4-year- old child has drowned at a pool at a home in brooklyn park in anne arundel county. we have video from the scene. police tell us the child was found in the pool at the home at 601 old riverside road. now that call came in about 9:50 last night. the child was taken to harbor hospital and police are still investigating this case. they were on the scene as of 30 minutes ago. this case officers spent most of the night scouring the area trying to figure out exactly what happened here. now we'll continue to check in with the officers throughout the morning to gather the very latest information. once again, we have confirmed that a 4-year-old child has drowned at a pool in a home in brooklyn park in anne arundel county. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> as you heard mike say we are in for another coverager today and that's why the health department extended the current code red aler
Jul 5, 2012 6:30am EDT
in brooklyn park and this morning, abc2 news' sherrie johnson has more on what's happened overnight. >> reporter: well, charlie, yes i've been in contact with anne arundel county police all morning long. we have confirmed that a 4-year- old child drowned at a home in brooklyn park in anne arundel county. take a look here. police tell us the child was found in the pool unresponsive at the home on 601 old riverside road. the call came in at 10:00 last night. the child was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. police spent much of the night on the scene looking for everyday and trying to figure it exactly what happened. right now the case is still under investigation. now once again, we have confirmed that a 4-year-old child has drowned as a pool in ahem in brooklyn park in anne arundel county. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> well, anyway you slice it it is hot outside. sticky and just miserable. and we creep closer to the 7:00 hour that code red heat alert going now through today for all of maryland. it's going to be so bad out there that you have the potential for hea
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Jul 27, 2012 1:00am PDT
murphy. thank god a hero has emerged in the awful child rape sentencing in brooklyn. u.s. attorney loretta lynch is coming to the rescue, embarrassing judge martin murphy and governors cuomo and christie as well. megyn kelly will report. ♪ i. [cheers] ♪ so in love with you. [cheers] >> bill: americans still like president obama even if they don't support his re-election. but why? john sununu and laura ingraham on that. also tonight, a new study says adolescents watch movies full of sex they are more likely to have sex. the culture warriors on that. can i come in? >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. finally a hero to protect the kids that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. andrew goodman raped two boys ages 11 and 13 over a period of four years. this savage pleaded guilty to 48 felony counts of criminal sexual acts. 48 counts. new york state judge martin murphy sentenced the monster to just two years in prison. outraging the victims, their families, an
Jul 8, 2012 8:30am PDT
record for him the history of that afternoon's brooklyn dodger game, and he never told me then that all of this was actually described in the sports pages the next day so i threw it out and he wouldn't do know what happened to the brooklyn dodgers so my kids love baseball and part of the same fabric, we now have season tickets to the red sox, i can sometimes sit at the field and close my eyes and imagine myself a young girl once more in the presence of jackie robinson and my kids never knew my father because he died before they were born, i told them so many stories, that sometimes i can imagine that he is sitting there instead of them, and they know him through baseball. so i think that is the real treasure at the heart of it. >> schieffer: i had a more mundane reason for been ago baseball fan. we didn't have air conditioning where i grew up down in texas and it was so hot just like it is now, the ballpark was the coolest place in town. so we went to see the dodgers farm club team, the fort worth caps and went every night just to stay cool. and so that, you know, once you get the bug,
Jul 30, 2012 5:00pm EDT
and ritchie highway in brooklyn park. police say tayvon patterson --along with three other men punched a man-- and robbed him..... as the man was waiting outside for someone. police are continuing to look for the other suspects. police are still searching for the man who abducted the mother of ácal ripken jrá. ripken's mother was taken at gunpoint last tuesday and driven around in her lincoln town car for 24-hours... before she was returned home. no ransom was demanded and mrs. ripken wasn't hurt.police did say a photo of the suspect has led to numerous tips.... helping the investigation. 3 a.,.. self described joker.... is... being checked out... by... mental health experts....// it ... follows ...friday's arrest... of... neil prescott police... found... dozens of weapons... inside prescott's... crofton apartment...///. weapons... that officers... say... he... planned to use... to... carry out... a mass shooting...//. prescott... became... a person of interest... after... he... phoned... in threats... at his former workplace...///. but... charges...
Jul 5, 2012 6:00pm EDT
in the old brooklyn park neighborhood. he was at a party when his family members realized he was missing. he was found unresponsive in the pool and was rushed to the hospital, but died a short time later. two investigative reports tonight in baltimore -- to investigations of arrests in baltimore. a man was found with multiple gunshot wounds of of mcculloh this morning. the other shooting happened overnight in the 2300 block of utah place. police found a 40-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound. we are told he died from the shooting. no word yet on a possible suspect or motive 43 shooting. -- for either of the shootings. >> going on line to try to get jason hamels for the all-star game. their efforts, coming out. >> the insta-weather plus is coming up. the new santa fe steak melts. get extra grande flavor with the santa fe steak & bacon melt. juicy steak, crispy bacon, and melted cheese with creamy santa fe caesar. or try adding egg for a santa fe steak, bacon & egg melt -- a favorito for breakfast but muy bueno any time of day. get to your local subway and claim your steak today -- wit
Jul 17, 2012 12:00pm EDT
street is performing this hour. stay with us. >> a 7-year-old girl from brooklyn, new york is safe after she fell from a window and is caught by a neighbor. the whole thing is caught on camera. the girl is reportedly autistic and dancing on the air conditioner with 1 foot on the side. it appeared she did not have a care in the world. her 52-year-old neighbor was returning home and the media tried to talk to grow back in. all the while, putting himself below her in case she fell. a very scary. glad she is ok. >it was breaking news. the massive water main break downtown. tune in for our team coverage. john hopkins has been dethroned. what officials have to say about the latest medical rankings from news reports. being a mom and staying in is a constant struggle for many women. tips to keep you in shape. those stories and more. and now, you're maryland lottery pick 3 and pick 4 numbers. >> the maryland lottery. let yourself play. >> listed your pick three numbers. we're kicking off with, 6. next up -- a 0. moving on. a 7. making your numbers, 6, 0, 7. you can also winfrey plays on your fav
Jul 13, 2012 6:00pm EDT
in the u.s. in brooklyn by the way. >> had all merchandise been made in america it would have kept close to $1 billion at home. with the growing global economy burris says it is no surprise that the tag is the exact same as his. >> just about everything we are wearing right here, you me, then, is also made in china taiwan, and other countries. that has been true for years now. >> still to come, get ready for delays if you are planning to read the metro this weekend. where you can expect to see some trouble. >> it will be held this weekend. doug hill is back with the forecast. >> will tell you how the club is starting the second half. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message. [ male announcer ] when a president doesn't tell the truth, how can we trust him to lead? the obama outsourcinattacks: "misleading, unfair and untrue." there was "no evidence" that mitt romney shipped jobs overseas. candidate obama lied about hillary clinton. so, shame on you, barack obama. [ male announcer ] but america expects more from a president. obama's disho
Jul 7, 2012 1:30pm EDT
a beautiful house in the brooklyn neighborhood. he goes there -- you know, marry as white wife. goes there with his blond, blue-eyed daughter and enrolls her in public school. and what happens then, of course, comes a knock on the door. right? people who know -- because had he followed his brother and moved to canada and followed his sisters and moved to new york, he probably would have done something completely different. he tried to make this transition in the town where his name was well-known. comes a knock on the door, and he's exposed. and that exposure is painful to him, but it's sort of the grace of god for us, because we would never know the story other than that. is that not correct? >> yeah. you know, in part because of the way he reacted to this. so when his daughter was kicked out of the first grade for being black, and the rumors started flying -- >> a blonde, blue-eyed girl is kicked out for being black. go ahead. >> and, you know, he had a choice to make. he could have just moved to new york, moved to montreal at that point. he could have moved to just about anywhere,
Jul 8, 2012 10:30pm EDT
in a little house right under the brooklyn bridge. you know the bridge was erected when i was a small boy. my father was at the oakland ceremony. and when he came home, he said alfred, i've just witnessed a great spectacle, but at the same time, a very bitter disappointment. >> what did he mean? >> here's the story as he told it to me. he said son, this bridge has kept thousands of men work for years. the steam cables, concrete, the wiring, the machinery. cost millions of dollars. today was the opening. bands were playing. flags were waving. they cut the tape and finally it happened. >> what happened? >> why, they found out that all you could do was go to brooklyn. >> this is the neighborhood where al smith grew up. it was down by the fulton fish market, and he raised his children here. and he went to school in the same area right around the block until eighth grade. and he had to go off to work to support his mother and sister. but this is where his accent came from. this is where it all began for him. it was all irish and italian. they came off from over there from ellis island and they set
Jun 30, 2012 8:30pm EDT
the brooklyn bridge, into the park, all the way to coney island. it's affectionately described as the nathan's district. because, you know, it follows a very long, largely white, bu not exclusively, a community that goes all the way from the upper west side of manhattan all the way into queens and brooklyn, i mean. the case of bush versus vera is a very interesting one. so these -- there were two african-american districts that were struck down in bush versus vera in a hispanic district. hispanic districts there. this is actually the angelo district. and race was seen as the predominant factor in the construction of those districts but not in the white district. justice stevens, this is district six, the white district. district six he says has far less of an identical core than the ma joerty/minority districts struck down by the district court. to the extent it starts anywhere. from there, the district winds across predominantly rule sections of ellis county, finally crossing into terrance county, the home of ft. worth. it skips across two arms of joe pool lake, noses its way into dallas co
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